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Gigin Mon Karolil Gopi (GiginMonK9318)
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Posted: April 25, 2016
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Things to be taken care of when OS changes from 2003 to 2008 R2

Currently, I have a number of business streams (applications) sitting on pega 6.1 platform. Sitting on Windows 2003 server (Web (IIS), app and archive). Servers are getting upgraded from 2003 to 2008 R2.  Planning to use Mixed federated Node feature of IBM WAS to replicate the configurations details from old servers to new server, inorder to reduce the down time. WAS version will remain the same. No code change. No functional change in any of the applications. Also, user domain and service accounts domain remain the same. Please advise what is the testing scope for this considering unit, System, System Integration and UAT, Performance and volume testing. There are around 35+ upstream applications interationg with Pega applications built on Pega 6.1.

What are the areas to be focused durng testing?

What is the optimum recommended way of tetsing the migration?

Thanks,

KG.

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